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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ceremony officially facility will be availablefor local man who was killedin bar area will be open to the Leslie and Tommy "C". r
opening the new NAS Jax all petty officers fromE Vietnam and was invited guests until 2 p.m. The music will continue ;

petty officers' Mess 4thruE-6. awarded the Navy Cross Themcsswill open its doorsat until closing time. '
(Open) will be held As well as being posthumously. 3 p.m. to all authorized
The inside of the
tomorrow at 12 noon. changed to a petty officers Tomorrow's activitieswill personnel and their guests mess
56-foot bar with
sports a
Since construction mess the new facility will into full ,
get swing and will remain open until
began on this $650 be dedicated and namedfor after the official ribbon 2 a.m. ajoining cocktail lounge :.-
which accommodates about
thousand facility, one the late Hospital cuttings opening the en- Starting at 7 p.m. con- 90 ;
major change has taken Corpsman Second ClassE. tertainment facility. The tinuous entertainment will persons.

place, and that is the Scott Hancock, a main cocktail lounge and be provided by Archie (Continued on Page 2))



I Military Medical School bx",,- A.I: NE'1 rS.


May Become RealityJaxAn , \ ,-- -.

Forces Medical stated Bennett, 'would also halt VOL. 29 NO. 28 U.S.NAVALAIRSTATIONJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA SEPT. 30, 1971
School, funded by the governmentto the rapid turnover of doctors in
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produce the military's own the armed forces, which one I --
trained doctors on a continuing report estimates at 5,000 a year. ,
basis, may become a reality if 'Students would be the best
legislation is passed by Congress.The trained in America and would be
bill, which is the subject of exposed not only to basic medical
full scale hearings in training available at civilian .
Washington, would establish a medical colleges, but to additional
military medical school which facets of military clinical
would produce some of the best medicine. The staff and faculty
trained doctors in America, would be drawn from civilian and d 51"'. 1T +
according to Congressman military practices.The .
Charles E. Bennett of school would save the ,
Jacksonville. It would also government costs in training and f I
establish a medical scholarship indoctrination because of the 4 O t t .tiSR
program. of service.'
greater permancy
Congressman Bennet is a said Bennett. 'With the govern- t SR SRY
major supporter for the proposed ment paying 40 percent of all
bill, which he first introduced to health today (totaling $67 billion, Jli; .m
Congress in 1955. A firm believerin including 30 percent of all con :ri .
achieveing a better military struction) a military medical
medical program, he has rein- school would be of miniscule cost Y GJ ... '
troduced similar bills since then. The challenge to the faculty and
The current bill, as he pointed students would be enormously
out, would, if passed, help solve attractive and beneficial to our
the critical health manpower total society
need in America today. 'With
The idea ,of the, military
332,000 physicians in active
has received
practice today we need 50,000 university '
from ., ',"' \
widespread support
more and according to National tDISTINGUISHED I
and civilian doctors
Institute of Public Health military
the nation.In .
across ------- --
reports, we will be 28,000 doctors -
short by 1980,' he said. a letter supporting the VISITOR-James E. Johnson, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, is greeted
While solving this shortage for proposed bill, Dr. Leo Wachtel of upon his visit to NAS Jacksonville by Capt. John Kincaid, station commanding officer, and RAdm.
the military and the civilians, Jacksonville stated that the Lawrence Geis, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Johnson made a brief tour of the station, including '

particularly in areas of great school is a ''desirable step in the a conference with Com Fair Jax officials, before speaking at Jacksonville University at
need, it would eliminate the right direction for assisting dedication ceremonies for Florida's first Naval Reserve Officer's/ Training Corps unit. Johnson has
military doctors draft, which young men and women to obtaina been head of the Navy's manpower and reserve affairs since his appointment to that office in June
drains competent physcians from medical education while by President Nixon.Mayport.
their civilian practices.'The providing physicians for armed
military medical school,' services.'
Sets Pace

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M E In CF Campaign RaceJACKSONVILLE I


Fla-Sept. overall, according to the latest percent, FAETULANT 34 per
Only two Navy and an Air report. It lists the USS Salinan cent, 34 percent 34 percent, VW-4
Force unit from NAS Jackson- with 245 percent of their objectiveand 14 percent.
ville are among nineteen which 100 percent participation.The .
exceeded their objective throughthe USS Yosemite has 200 per
second week of the Combined cent of their objective and Free Dungarees
Federal Campaign, according to SupShips Mayport, 145 percent;
reports from 51 of 92 par- the USS Catawba 137 percent; the Issued HereJaxA
ticipating commands. USS Paiute, 131 percent, USS
They are the Staff, Fleet Air Marias, 122 percent; the USS free pair of new
Wing Eleven and the 679th Radar Albany 107 percent; FLT- dungarees will)) be issued to
Squadron, who both topped their TRACEN Mayport 102 percent every enlisted Navyman
goals in the first week, and The VC-2 detachment at Cecil beginning tomorrow at
5 Ir MATSG which hit 101 percent in Field got 100 percent par Clothing and Small Stores,
the second week. ticipation and 178 percent of their Bldg. 953.
Sir The Air Force and the Navy goal to lead six other units from To get a pair, contact the
Audit Site are the only two NAS that Master Jet Base who have Military Personnel Office
Jax units among five which have bettered their objective. in Bldg. 200 to fill out an
SALUDOSFROMJACKSONVILLE-Membersof Paxon Hgh School reported 100 percent par Percentages of goals reportedby authorization form. Once
Key Club bring a set of Encyclopedias to the station for a trip to Bahia ticipation. other NAS Jax activities in the your eligibility is deter
Blanco, Argentina-Jacksonville's sister city. Lt. (|lg) Richard Hart- Total contributions through the second week were: FLWEAFAC, mined, turn in this form at
man, Com Fa Wing 11 public affiars/ officer,accepts the books, which second week were $119,028. The 99 percent, VP-56, 85 percent; the Clothing Store to pick
will be delivered with other gifts from the city via a P-3 Orion of V P.26 goal for the drive, which runs VP-5 67 percent; VP-45 65 per up a uniform.
from Brunswick, Maine. The squadron will visit Bahia Blanca while through Oct. 22, is $220,000. cent; NARTU, 65 percent, NAS, Each uniform will)) be
participating in UNITAS XII, an annual fleet excerise involving The Blackshoe Navy at 55 percent; NAVCRUISTA, 44 selected, based on waist
American and allied South American navies. Mayport is setting the pace percent, NACFUELDEP 38 measurement



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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised."

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i Weekly( 1971 Club Schedules -


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY October 5 October
October 4
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The

Ronnie Ronnie Bitter End Lorenzo
Phil Phil Cay and his
Pirates Lorenzo Cay and the and the and the & Soul
The
and his and the Soul Soul Chantels Treatment
Cove Soul Chantels Society Society Sophisticates

Treatment
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The Country

A Ribbon I 2 Bands Soul Night End Archie Four Western Night
cey- ucey Cutting Tommy'C' Soul Result Leslie Clubs The

Club Tomorrow & Treatment Good timers
Archie Leslie


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Bingo'
Royal Blue Elaine Elaine Royal and the

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Beefeaters Happy Hour The Brunch Buffet italian

"- : .m. Package Night
Officers Night The Clubs 11'3: a.m. Store 6:30-9: p.m. Steak NightClub
6:30.9:
p.m. to
Four 730.1130 Open Menu starts 6:30.4p.m.:
: :
Prime Rib Clubs 1:30: p.m. at $1.05
Buffet p.m. 60 cents



CLUB HOURS



Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support


Monday Cove thru Thur Club Club Club JI( J1r J


11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday You
11 I.m. to MIdnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday Breakfast Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50.6:30: : a.m.; NAS and all
11 a.m. to 2 a.m. 11..m..11. p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday & Saturday Tues. Thurs. Sunday
Lunch.. Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m.; NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight
after 12.
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. Frl-Sat DinnerAll served from 4 to 6:15
Chub personnel : p.m.
11a.m. 1a.m.
Sunday Monday thru Thur

9 '.m. to Midnight 11 I.m. to Midnight

Friday,October 1BREAKFAST..Hominy Tuesday,October
PETTY OFFICERS' CLUB ) will Grits, BREAKFAST-Cooked Farina,
am-8 Dungarees
(Continued from Page 1) pm Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Chilled Tomato Juice, Fried Eggs to
be authorized until 6 p.m. I Grilled French Toast with Maple Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash, Soft-
There are two dining After that time patrons Syrup, Home Fried Potatoes, Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of Bacon or
rooms available and are Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted Danish Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Assorted
must be in appropriate Pastry. Cake Doughnuts.
located just off the main civilian attire or in the rn w llE DINNER-Oyster Stew, Deep Fat DINNER-Cream of Tomato Soup,
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, Chicken Cacciatore Snowflaked
ballroom area which uniform of the day.A Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Baked Potatoes, Hot Baking Powder
further adds atmosphereand oowIROTEST Macaroni with Cheese, Boiled Pinto Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Okra &
self-service package Beans, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Tomato Gumbo, Seasoned Green
professionalism store featuring a wide Banana Cake with Vanilla Icing. Beans, Yellow Pound Cake.
SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor SANDWICH LINE..SlmmeredFrankfurters
its for live h
lighted
stage 1
assortment of liquors, Grilled Hamburger. with Sauerkraut or Ham
entertainment.For SUPPER-Glnger Pot Roast or & Cheese on Rye.SUPPERBaked.
beer,wines and cigarettes ANT Beef, Natural Gravy, Franconla Veal, Loaf, Brown
private parties or
NAVAL AIR STATION Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered Gravy, Buttered Egg Noodles,
back
private dinners, a banquetroom takes up the portionof June Peas Banana Cake with Vanilla Seasoned Greens, Boiled Pinto Beans,

which will seat the building.The Icing. Yellow Pound Cake.Wednesday.
SUNDAY Saturday,October 2'BREAKFAST..Hominy ,Ocotber 6
about 70 people, is construction of the Church School (all ages) 9:15: Grits, BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Fried

available. Scheduling for building was done by the a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Eggs to Order, Minced Beef on Toast,
Order, Scrambled
Eggs with Hash Browned Potatoes, Choice of
this room through the Nelson Construction Worship 10:30: at All Saints'Chapel. Cheese, Choice of Luncheon Meat or Luncheon Meat or Pork Butts,

Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNER..Vegetable .
be of Jacksonvillewith
coordinator must
party Company Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Soup, Pan
done well in advance. the design done by the High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Hot Roast of Pork Loin Brown Gravy,

The stag bar will seat Southern Division Naval nex. Junior and senior youth Meats Roast, French Pork Sandwiches Fried Potatoes, Breakfast, Chilled Snowflaked Potatoes, Apple Potatoes Sauce, Mashed, Seasoned Sweet

approximately 40 persons Facilities Engineering Fellowship: p.m. at Bldg. 722. Apple Sauce, Baked Beans Assorted Lima Beans, Buttered Corn on the

and will be during ((11 Command. Evening Worship-730: p.m. at Cake Doughnuts, Peach Shortcakewith Cob, Banana Bream Pie with Topping.
open small Chapel. Whipped Topping.SUPPERTomato SANDWHICH LINE-Varlety Meat
Vegetable Soup, Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.
Tuesday Barbecued Chicken, Barbecue Sauce, SUPPER-Beef Sukiyaki or Fried
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Liver and Onions, Steamed Rice,
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Seasoned Carrots, Southern Style Pickled Beets Buttered June Peas,
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Greens, Peach Shortcake with Banana Cream Pie with Topping.
JTAX AIR: NEWSThe NAVAL HOSPITAL Whipped Topping., Thursday,October 7
Sunday OctoberBREAKFASTHot 3 BREAKFAST.-Hominy Grits
Divine Worship-li a.m. at Oatmeal, Fried Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto
Bldg. 500. Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes with Order, Grilled Pineapple Hot Cakes
Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper CATHOLICSaturday Ham, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Bacon, Baked Pork and Beans,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Assorted Danish Pastry. Assorted Danish Pastry.DINNERTomato .
Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's BRUNCHFried Eggs to Order, Cold
Rice Soup
Jacksonville. Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Breakfast Meat
Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 or Grilled Hamburgers ,
Platter ,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS French Fried Potatoes, of Sliced Ham Bologna
a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Salami, Luncheon Meat, Cheddar
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Monday, Tuesday Thursday and Baked Pork& Beans, Assorted Danish Cheese, Cold Potato Salad, Hot Baked
Jacksonville, by 12:00 News Pastry Strawberry Shortcake with Beans,
: noon on Monday before publication. Chilled Tomatoes, BlueberryPie.
Whipped .
Friday-li:30: a.m. Wednesday Topping.SUPPERCream .
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or
Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval of Potato Soup, SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Ham

3119. Hospital Chapel. Saturday Whipped Country Fried Potatoes Steak,, Brown Boiled Gravy Navy, and Cheese or Tuna Salad Sand-

"Everything advertised in this publication mutt be made Confessions-4:15: and 5p.m. Beans, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, wiches.SUPPER-SwIss Steak with Tomato

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC Topping.Strawberry Shortcake with Whipped Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Club

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Sunday Mass-9:30: 'a.m. in Monday,October 4 Spinach, Buttered Mix Vegetables
Building 500.Suppose Blueberry Pie.
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal BREAKFAST-Hominy GrlfsFried
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Eggs to Order, French Toast with -
we would give one gift Maple Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage, Sbu ha0etherl9h ,
that
advertising from source
to every child in the world. What or Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & number I
Beans, Pecan Rolls. ; jtJ j .
should it be? Education? Enoughto '
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries DINNER-Cheese Soup, Yankee Pot don'ttotal wa!1"t
eat? Frredom from fear? Roast, of Beef, Natural
concerning such should be directed to: Gravy, *
Money? Fun? Good as these are mPeSdKt0reS' Buttered Spinach

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY there is one thing better. Ac- Cre SANDWICH Blueberry Pie: ta 40<1. .

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 cording to those who know, this is burgers and CheeSeburgers.LINE-Grilled Ham
a fact: the most favored childrenin SUPPER..Spaghetti with
Italian
Telephone 388.2755 the world are the ones whose Meat Sauce and Meatballs, Toasted

r VOL. 15 NO. 28 SEPTEMBER 30, 1971 parents love eachotherl-Charlie! Cuban Cheese,Sticks Broccoli, PIzza Spears Pie,, Parmesan
Seasoned
Shedd.
, Green Peas, Blueberry Pie.
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I Consumers Keep Eyes OpenJaxToday's y. A


consumer wantsto elementary school, lunch pails, weather and with them
be Informed about the products thermos bottles and plastic food comes winterizing the family : '
he or she buys. Through the efforts and beverage containers are automobile. Get a step ahead of ". 4l .
of various consumer affairs always a must. The Exchange is the rush and drop around to the :
/l y kiET'
groups, manufacturers are now now featuring a selection of the Navy Exchange service station
being asked to explain to the latest of these items for your and make arrangements to have
buying public the codes and other convenience. the automobile winter-service
packaging information used by Decorative throw pillows can preparation for the cold days
the manufacturers to determinethe really enhance the beauty of a ahead. Winterizing should not
freshness of various food room.Their use is an excellent and stop at the cooling system, .- :i
items. inexpensive home decorating. however. A preventive maintenance
As a service to Navy Exchange technique. Fabrics are varied check of the battery, ,
patrons, date code handbookswill and exciting with crushed and cut charging system and ignition
be available beginning next velvets, embroideries and the fur system may prevent a costly low
month for customer reference. look the most popular. Choices of charge or worse yet-walking to
These handbooks will provide you colorsare endless-from le work.
with an explanation of hues, wines and olives to paste Dry Cleaning
manufacturers' codes to help you in pale shades of orange and October is drapery and slip-
determine the freshness of snack. turquoise.On covers cleaning time. Your
type packaged goods, as foods, as the jeweley scene, pendant Exchange laundry-drycleaning t 4
well as fresh baked goods, dairy watches are experiencing a facility is capable of handling p Jl Y *JiJ* -i vA 'iftJ '
products and prepackaged meats revival this Fall due to the these items expertly at .- -- v
sold in the exchange conveniencestore. classic look in readyto-wear reasonable costs. In addition, EVERYBODY WORKS DIGm Following a dally physical
apparrel. The look is extremely tailoring of all kinds is available training period Lieutenant Colonel D. G. Ranney commanding of.
From time to time code used
a feminine in antique designs with at reasonable prices.
titer, Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment, Naval Air Station,
by certain manufacturers will be heavy chains dominating the Personal Services leads his headquarters Marines In a "lawn party" to rid their newly
changed. To insure that the information entire jeweley fashion scene. The If you can't see what you're planted lawn of the unwanted weeds. (Official U. S. Marine Corps
contained in the newest addition to the Jewelry looking for-you're in the right Photo)
handbook is timely and, consequently Department are better fashion place. The optician at the Navy
beneficial to you, the rings for ladies and gentleman. Exchange Optical Center will The To
handbook will be reviewed and Check the prices and be help you correct this situation.All Key
revised periodically to keep you pleasantly surprised. the latest styles frames are HONDAMOTORS I I
Your Future
up to date on product freshness. If the area around your home available.
Merchandise has become cluttered with
From now until Christmas, the autumn leaves, the Exchange hasa World Series U.S. SAVINGS & CYCLES CO.
Exchange will have a 'top notch' good supply of trash bags to Come and enjoy the World 449 BLANDING BLVD.
selection in toys. Be an early bird help make cleaning up the land- Series games on your Enlisted BONDS PHONE.771-8244 :
and start shopping for your scape a little easier. Men's Club television .
Christmas toy selections now. Let's take a look at the Fall
And be sure to inquire about the Fashions sleepwear scene for
special Christmas Layaway Plan girls: The 'Victorian' granny
available for the purchase of gowns in stripe wall paper prints
Christmas toys. or twin prints are the number one
Camera enthusiasts-watch for fashion look in brushed sleep-
an exciting new movie camera wear. The tri-tones or two-tones
having the capability to take combinations are popular in both
home movies anytime, anywhere brushed and nylon tricot. The
without the aid of special hog fashion colors this Fall in
lighting. Through the use of an both these fabrics are purple,
improved speeding method for orange, yellow deep blue and
the lens, shutter and film, this deep green. Browse through the #
new movie camera will make wide assortment now available at
home movies a snap. Look for your Exchange.At .
this revolutionary new camera at the end of this month there is
your Navy Exchange.With the annual treat for kids of all
the hunting season in full ages-Halloween. Candy and
swing, be sure to stop by the assorted costumes are being
Exchange Sporting Goods highlighted at the Exchange now
Department for a complete to make this day really fun. Also
selection of hunting equipment.One be suretohavean extrasupply of
note of caution-be certain to batteries, film and flashbulbs to
check; the appropriate record this happy event.
regulations concerning the use of

firearms.School Services
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formance while aboard the USS
Forrestal(CVA 59)). Petty Officer blr <
Fontenot reorganized the ships
records and initiated proceduresthat
.m eliminated unnecessary
r arw r.i. paperwork. Through his work,
M Fontenot was able to revitalizethe .
i Forrestal's Reliability

Program.Lt. .
,........- R. W. Jackson retired last ..ff
t' week with 22 years of Naval AO3 Frank M. Di A dato
..' r service. Lt. Jackson was a LDO ",, ,....
r w.rw.. and upon retiring was E 9. Y aI
Jackson retired during *,
ceremonies in front of the Air
-I&W"-' Operations building. The
Lt. R.W. Jackson Jacksons reside in the

THEIZ' PR08A0I.V NOTHIHOTO Jacksonville area.
NAS Cecil This weeks
THIS/ UNFAIK TREATMENT"Ru AMD Leading Chief Bealy re-
"Around Cecil" column has
MOIt, BUT.Take .. sure
for the last time during
uped
in it The
alot of award recipients
AMD. Chief
ceremonies held at
awards were presented last week
and his reside in the
Field Bealy family
during the Cecil personnel
inspection. On with the show. Jacksonville area. ",F '4kp:
your baby A03 Frank A. Diodato was
presented with the Combat Ac-
tion Ribbon for his achievements
.-.. during his assignment in Cam ,.r
Ranh Bay, South Vietn Nam.
L. Nissen
Peter
The Second Class Social Ser- Lt.
to a specialist.WE vice Medal was presented to Lt r,1l&t:, I
Peter L. Nissen for his out-
MAINTAIN IT
standing work and efforts whileat i
WITH LOVING CARE
the Naval Supply Center in W .
TOM BUSH Volkswagen south Viet Nam.
GMT1 August R. Fontenot
Rtf/eN1II g U4M' received the Navy Achievement

9850 Atlantic Blvd. Medal for his professional Y
achievement and superior per- Chief Bealy t.








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Jax-Appllcatlons are now E. Unmarried and not
being accepted from male previously married;
enlisted personnel of the Naval F. An enlisted member of the
Service (Regular Navy and naval service by July 1, 1971;
Regular Marine Corps-Naval G.A holder of the following test
Reserve and Marine Corps scores, as applicable, with no
Reserve) for nomination to the waivers granted: = a -, ,b r
r .ya
U.S. Naval Academy for en- lNavy-GCTARI) ( ; score of at .
trance in June 1972. 120)) -
The Naval Academy offers the 2)Marine) Corps-Aptitude( area Nr y
opportunity for young men to score of 120 computed by dividingthe
receive a Bachelor of Science sum of the VE, AR, and PA
degree,choosing one of 26 majors scores by 3 ) 'k '
offered, and upon graduation a II. Required to have a
commission in the Regular Navyor minimum of 24 months' active 1 _
Regular Marine Corps. obligated service- if offered an (
Eligibility requirements for appointment, as of July 1, 1972. cIA_
admission to the Academy are as Extensions of enlistments and or
follows: active duty agreements may be
A. A male citizen of the United executed for periods of less than
States; one year;
B. Of good moral character; I. Recommended by com

C. At least 17 years of age and manding officer, __ .."", ..__ ", .. ._ -.. .._____ '!IT'I'_
must not have passed his 22 birth- All applications for nominationmust

day on July 1, 1972; be submitted to com DOING THEIR SHARE-The Hurricane Hunters of VW.4 are packing groceries at the station
D. A high school graduate or manding officers no later than Commissary Store to raise money for the Combined Federal Campaign. In two nights they have
equivalent by July 1, 1972; Dec. 1, 1971. earned$238. Cdr. Paul Siverly,squadron commanding officer (r), took his turn last Thursday night
along with LCdr.Jack Mills (center) and Lt. Preston Leftwich, both VW-4 meterolegists. Squadron
Poster Contest Says officers and men plan to work everv Thursday night throughout the campaign, which began
September 13 and runs through October 22.

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Let's Keep It CleanJax'Let's NORFOLKto ATHENS VOLKSWAGEN


keep it clean!' 275, Spring Park, Minnesota INSURANCE
That's the theme of an anti- 55384. Entries should be mailed

litter campaign spear-headed by flat The student's name, age, 195Round
Don Knotts, famous televisionand grade, school, address, city and
movie comedian.The state must be clearly printed on NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL CARSEXAMPLE

campaign is the back of the
now con- poster.
Trip JET : Mal! driver, married, age 23, good record.
ducting a nation-wide art Entries must be
poster postmarked no
.
Pro Rita Share Complete coverage Liability: $10 $20 $5 thousands,
contest for grade school and later than November 30.
All DOD Employees medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive, $100
junior high school students, an Winners will be announced in .Retirees deductible Collision and Road service.
idea which was born here in December and be flown to Los Dependents & Parents
Jacksonville, and all area Angeles to have lunch with Don Priority to 6th Fleet Families Abovecoverageon'69VWSEDAN-' ANNUALLYAbove
coverage on 69 CHEVY IMPALA $185 ANNUALLY
students are urged to enter Knotts.FACTORYTOYOUPRICES.
Here are the rules: SHOFTOUR1022 -'- -
WESTSIDE
Entries must be on 8V4' x 11' 1 1dw [ .
paper and contain the words: 'Let's Keep it Clean' somewhereon 'IDOLJt / /-i( VOLKSWAGEN INC. I
,
the poster. The poster can be 10229,Valle Dr.,Tampa, Fla.
illustrated in any way the student M ((113))935-0602 Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So.
chooses. I""
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The poster should be mailed to:
Don Knotts, 'Let's Keep It
Clean' Art Poster Contest, Box pit The Rolling Hills C-12
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PHONE 781.1740 Two cars can rest comfortably in the roomy
4 ? garage of C 12, and you still have lots of storage
L \ room A classic courtyard entrance, spacious
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p0 h living and dining
4 PLY NYLON ; o oowNTOw? :* areas, family room
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650-)3 $10.50 "
:: l; fireplace, three
; 'l ; bedrooms. plus too '
21.86 to 29.76 many closets to Tu '
FIBERGLASS BELTS J count all combine
OVALS-all sizes WSW 26.95 to make this the c.
WIDE 'livingest' Bellalr I
1 model built
HEAVY DUTY From 12.95POLYESTER I

or NYLON to 21.78. C ',i M !! Salesman
: __ on Duty 10 am to 6 pm Dally
DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENTROCKET
RACING WHEELS INTERNATIONAL CRAGAR

KEYSTONE GABRIEL HIJACKER AIR SHOCKS_ rolling: : :hills: :
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Boat Trailer Tires $6.76
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Beach Buggy Flotation S25.64I.I.
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Marine Wives

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Plan SocialJax l"


Area Marine wives are A
invited to the Marine Wives Club
get acquainted social Monday at x
c night at Bldg. 572.
j The event which centers
\ around the club's installation of
new officers, begins at 7:30.
Refreshments will be served and
games and prizes featured. ',
Outgoing club president Becky
Ramberg steps down from officeas
Mrs. Arthur Slocumb takes r ; 1 tob
charge. Other of new officers %
are: Mrs. Charles Gallman, vice
president; Mrs. Richard Sim,
secretary; and Mrs. Ezekial
Davis, treasurer.


Sailors InvitedTo
,N..
Street Dance


Recreation Jax-The Jacksonville Department TACO Salad is lust one of the simple, yet delicious ways to diet with a Mexican touch.

a invites Street servicemen Dance tomorrow here to Mexican Food For The Dieter
night at 1177 Orton St. near
the Jacksonville SpeedwayIn
the Westside.The .
dance is from 7:30: Jax-Have a dieter in your your diet And if your family is, some and with a sprinkling of Brown onions and beef in skillet
to 10:30, with en- house? These days almost like most, a Duke's mixture, the grated coconut and cookies on the Drain fat.Add chili con carne and
tertainment provided by everyone does, and menu carbohydrate-laden extras for side to others. chili powder. Stir and cook over
the Jacksonville planning for the calorie consciouscan the slender members can be Gazpacho low heat for about 15 minutes.
Recreation Band. The get tedious and meals easily added to their servings.The 1 clove garlic Pour into round serving bowl.
entire street near monotonous. Spice up slimming adaptable menu starts 2 tablespoons olive oil Place lettuce and tomatoes
Seminole Park will be meals by adding a Mexican with cold, refreshing Gazpacho.Taco 3 pounds of ripe tomatoes around the edge of the bowl and
blocked off for the dance. flavor without adding inches to Salad is the dieters main 1.3 cup green peppers,finely sprinkle grated cheese over all.
Refreshments will be the waistline. dish, with not buttered tortillas chopped Serves 6.Holiday.
served. Gazpacho, and Taco Salad is a added for the slim ones. Dessertis 1.3 cup onion,finely chopped
simple,yet delicious way to enjoy fresh fruit, served plain to 1 large cucumber;peeled and Schedule
diced

2 cups tomato juice Jax--Two national
YOUR AVONDALE HEALTH CENTERONE 1-4 cup wine vinegar holidays are to be observedthis
Salt,pepper,and chili powder to month, giving militaryand
taste civilian personnel
*ONE WEEK FREE TRIALPERSONAL Rub inside of tureen with three-day weekends.
.
/ INSTRUCTION ORGANIC FOODS peeled garlic. Mash garlic with a Monday, October 11 is
> NO MISLEADING RATES NATURAL VITAMINS 1 few drops of oil. Peel tomatoes, Columbus Day and Mon-
*NO INITATION FEES s SALT FREE FOODS chop into chunks and place in day, October 25 is Veterans
tureen. Do not crush the
d CONDITIONING BODYBUILDING REDUCING o DRIED ORGANIC FOODS Day.
tomatoes. Add remaining
\ WEIGHTLIFTING OLYMPIC LIFTING PROTEIN SUPLLEMENTS ingredients and refrigerate for at
Stuart Griffith of
Featuring The All New Tenyear-old;
NAUTILUS SYSTEM EQUIPMENTSUGAR FREE FOODSCall least three hours. Serves. 6. Houghton, England, has found a
for FREE Brochure. Taco Salad good way to keep his mother from

1\t 0 \et2 a 8V 0 UEc 1186j 1 large pound lean onion ground,chopped beef arrived worrying in about school whether safely after he

'f Jb HE'D LIIFI1 f88! [))8 1 can((15 ounce) chili con carne bicycling four miles from home.
flS/1i"t : He carries a homing pigeon in his
I. healoh 2 to 3 tablespoons chili powder
School bag and releases it im-
Lettuce,shredded
mediately upon his arrival.-
Tomatoes,diced
wK ;= 3551 ST.JOHNS AVENUE TELEPHONE S33 Cheddar cheese,grated School Safety, 3-4-71 (Quote
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PREMIUM BEErt-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
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INI"UNC :} ,
PHONE M9.033 / "PIZZA" Electronic Wheel Balancing ,

Automobile Insurance For Everyone z: OUR SPECIALITY! d Total Engine Performance
.
HOURS; I Analyzed Electronically
SAME DAY COVERAGE {:: Sun ThurS 4Pm 11.30pm I
V, Q GREEN
STATE J E1 Friday 4pm 12 4Sam t STAMPS
FARMMUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. : X Closed Tuesdays Saturday ,01S&H XII Purchase
fpm 12:4}am
Home Oftlttl / ,' .
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$ Darts d
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MECHANICAL WORK GUAR NTIrD: : q
PICKUP a DELIVERY NK Nle \ 1

We have a complete line of HAULS! CARL, .. JORDAN RANDOLPH S.TRUITT tr. WELCOME HERE
(USN. Ret.)
l 4OOS BLANDING BLVD PHONC 771-5013 ; "WC BELL THE BEST: SERVICE: THE NEST"
Orange Park Ph 264-866.
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OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION $J sHRIMir rS CHICKEN SATURDAYANDMONOAY


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RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour Includes French Fries S l
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MUtt South oJNAS-Highway 17.Oralt" Park Cole Slaw and Hush Puppies ; ,t n
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors TOP HAT ."1 PLAY ALL DAY

Open 0800.1800 Monday thru Friday 9AMto6 PM
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2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388.9553 PHONE 771-2803 4825 Blanding Blvd.

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OPEN7DAYSAWEEK ..'.'. We Welcome BanKAmerlcerd & Master Charge "Your Mobile Home Shopping Cenfer"
VOLKSWAGEN REPAIR SPECIAL ..t
Includes All Labor,NEW HD Clutch&Pressure Plate :
103rd STREET FISH MARKET ,... ALLSEDANSfig i:,
Mustang
.; f55 to'66 '3 S 1i 1if
'If It Swims. We Have W 61&U "
FISH-SHRIMP-OYSTERS ;n 489'
MOBILE HOMES
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LOBSTER -CRABMEAT \ r Air Condo Models INC
IN SEASON $8 eXTRA #:. 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737-4366
Featuring Specially Prepared Imported ServiCenter : 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs
m (Formerly Roosevelt Mall Pure) :. Over 150 Newsec/ Mobile"/ Homes
6567103rd Street Phone 772.0981tm.f. RoOSeVELT BLVD. Phones H77JI ';-:' to choose from

: : ;,?U. %> t $1 W'1':' .tm ..@ .:' tZ: .t .J' ::

BLANDING BOULEVARD OPEN?DAYS A WEEK..1 AM TO tO PM

OFFKIAL MOTOR VEHICLE HCTECTION I' fjrttont .I HERLONG ROAD COIN LAUNDRY ,
JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mqr. : RAIN SOFT WATER..Cleaner Clothe*wltn halt the soap.
aid Service
j"; Tires-Batteries-Front End Service (Also 20(lb.and 30 Ib.washers recommended
HONEST COURTEOUS ............. '...................1I ,: for rug, blankets and heavy work clothes) -
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Bulbs
Wt Aim H adligM And Windshield Wiper Blades V U. FREE ESTIMATES ON BRAKE (WORK 40 Top Load Washers \ ., .
'h Mile South of Orange Park High 19 30 lb. Dryers : .
On Blanding (State Road Jl) -tt 1 1 I 1' ; -:
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Retired
U. S. Military i Ph.355.6463 t ,
PHONE 264.5343 5998 Normandy Blvd. 7860821Performance
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.' Iap.!ala-l.!.I..lay.r.!a I af,la'a.I.!,lap.!,I.!.. MMfMWAI.1J! ? .' f.'.i.'.i. .i.M.,'!.1.U! >MwK:


lj '4 1 Civil Service Highlights


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! i ; Effects of Freeze Outlined ti.t -


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d. j For Federal Employees ,


i: Jax-The wage-price freeze put 2. A notation will be made in 5. Employees changing from
: into effect by President Nixon the employees's record as to the one pay system to another duringthe crN4
affects Federal employees in date a within-grade increase freeze, such as from Wage
several ways. would have come due if there had System to General Schedule, will
When the President announced been no freeze, and that date will continue to be paid at the rate Lffr-3! '
the 90-day freeze on wages, be considered as the date of the earned under the former system
prices and rents,he expressed his employee's last equivalent in- during the period of the freeze.
intention to delay by six months crease for future within-grade 6. No new (blue collar) wage .
t the white-collar pay adjustment increase purposes. schedule or rate will be Issued MHHMMWMMW '- -

scheduled for January 1972 and to 3. Cash and honorary awards with an effective date within the CDR. M. J. OTT, Navy Exchange Officer (far left) and Capt. John
; decrease the Federal work force may be made for adopted freeze period. However, a wage Kincaid, NAS CO, congratulate new 20-Year Pin recipients at an
)I by five percent suggestions and superior performance schedule or rate required by law Awards Banquet for Navy Exchange workers held at the Pirates Cove.
3 The reduction in employment is during the freeze. to be effective prior to the freeze
expected to be. accomplished 4. Promotions to positions of period will be issued and put into
largely through attrition; that is, greater responsibility in higher effect Minority Groups Show
( by not filling all vacanles. grade or level are permitted 7. If a wage schedule or rate
Subsequent to the President's during the freeze, and pay on was issued with an effective date
announcement, the Civil Service promotion will be fixed in accordance prior to the freeze period it will be Employment GainsJaxDesite
Commission outlined the with applicable law and effective on the date specified.

following ways in which the regulations. However, agencies However, a rate or schedule withan
freeze affects Federal em have been reminded of the impact effective date within the
in November 1970 while total
ployees. of promotions on the freeze period will not be put into decreases
Federal employment decreasedby
1. All with-in grade salary lowering of average grade levels. effect overall Federal civilian employment
increases which did not have an minority group 30,107 jobs.
effective date to 15 Americans hold more Govern More minority employees are
prior August
will be suspended while the Merit Promotions IssuedForeman ment jobs and a greater moving into white-collar jobs, the

freeze is in effect proportion of the better paying survey also showed. Although
Jax-The following Merit (89.71)Maintenance jobs than ever before, the Civil there was an overall decline in
Promotions were issued this Scheduler, (91.71)) Service Commission announced the total number of white-collar
week: Employees are urged to look recently. employees paid under the
Motor Vehicle Operator for the Merit Promotion In releasing results of a surveyof General Schedule (GS) or similar

,SLY'S Foreman, WS-8 (88-71) Announcements on the official minority group Federal employment pay plans during the 12-month
Aircraft Ordnance Mechanic bulletin boards in their work area conducted last period, minority employment

(90-71) at least once a week. November 30, Commission increased significantly under
"Original" Aircraft Ordnance Mechanic, They are also encouraged to Chairman Robert E. Hampton these pay plans.
contact the Office at The commission cited this
; :;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:. Employment expressed particular pleasure
BAR-B-QUE v FLEA MARKET :: Ext.3448, or the Rating Branch, the new evidence of upward increase as evidence of success
g GARAGE SALE ti Ext. 2320, Employment Division, mobility for Negroes, Spanish. for its upward mobility and
S.i: Antiques New and Used :::: Civilian Personnel Departmentto surnamed Americans, American recruitment programs. Upward
OPEN 11 AM-9 PM : Merchandise :::: inquire about positions in Indians,and Oriental Americans. mobility is the Commission'sterm
7 DAYS A WEEK v: Every Saturday and Sunday.:.: which they are interested. These new statistics show that for a broad-range programto
:8 y THE MARKET PLACE ::
W BLANDINO PH. 771-WO
# 6839 Ramona :. agency actions are producing the provide encouragement,
v. Phone 768- Boulevard..::, KCFlACf WOCNOftntAVtDtcrrncAL ,kinds of results expected from assistance and training opportunities
..:::::;:;:;:;.:;:;_:;.----nT..n.---------------::::::::::::::::::::::: ( Ca7BDt7,... the new equal opportunity so that lower level

/ directions outlined explicitly by employees can advance in accordance
Choose The Career That Offers
I the President,' said Chairman with their ambitionsand

4u The Most Out Of Life! Hampton.The capabilities."It .
f commission reported that
minority employment in Federal
TRAIN FOR A "JET-AGE" CAREER WITH THEAirlines
agencies increased by 4,527 jobs
...Mt9 TW SMOCK** fMTM// between November 1969 and

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A career with the airlines offers a
for young men and wllm.I .
for Jobs in reserva
'. \ra.chillenl'I ticketing pas If don't wanta
you
,, ramp agent etc.
benefits. Including C
Volkswagen
looks so much like rush
AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES hard hour traffic I hate to tell him
l'::' Motel Management no feelings. it's a parking lot..

.; 1969 MG MIDGET $1595 .---tivllevsso..ti.r

Train for stimulating, well-paying Radio heater, Green with white top. Clean low mileage.... /PHONE 388535 :
positions as asst
managers managers
,,desk clerks, housekeepers, 1971 VW WAGON $3395 .
hostesses. Training includes prac 7 pass. station wagon, AC, R&H, low miles. Green and
tical motels instruction at school owned 1970 white..LEMANS... $2895 (! I II

2 dr. HT,gold, brown V.T bucket seats,console, R&H AT, PS,
TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAYINO CAREER AS A PB, AC, WSW. t 1249-1251 King St. I.
I Jacksonville, Florida 32204
1969 RAMBLER
Heavy Equipment $1295
440 Wagon, Blue,radio & heater, automatic, power steering, WANTEDUSED j
; .... Operator WSW :
1969 VW WAGON CAMERAS AND I
Learn to $2595
operate cranes draglmis,
clamshells scrapers bulldozers, 7 passenger,air, R&H,low miles. Beige 8.white. I. EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
g loaders trenchers backhoes etc. 1969 OLDS $2395 TOP DOLLAR-3U-8535 I

( Earn high annual incomes! Cutlass, 2 Dr. HT, Blue, white V, top, RH, AT. PS PB, AC, IBR/NO THIS AD WITH YOU'PAGE / 1
Power windows WSW 6ota..a4CLIPPER'SILVERLINE
AN EXCELLENT CAREER FOR MEN AND WOMEN 1969 GTO $2495

Insurance R&H.AT. PA. PB,AC gold gold vinyl top,low mileage
.1.1 Adjusting 1969
LEMANS
,
''I $2395
..,I i, "r.r :::,. 2 Dr.,HT,vinyl top,AC, PS,bucket seats,console,gold. T-CRAFT
I
], ..... Adjusters and 'Investigators are urgently 1967 DODGE $1295 MERCRUISER
I needed to settle billions of Polar.,2 Sr, HT, ,black V.
II dollars in claims each year hcel.I green top. R H,AT, PS,AC S STERNDRIVES
I lent salary company car and expense 1969 MUSTANG
account usually furnished. Red w black vinyl top, RH, WSW $1595 MERCURY

AC $1695
NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE Turck, Red Camper, top.
EXPERT c.
miOVCO FOR VITIDINS INS INSUVICI/ KRSONNU
Mall Coupon Today or For Immediate ,Inloirration rk....i (losi M1-D11 Several 71 VW Demonstrators Now Available! REPAIR SHOP ;
-- aaa m -aval a aai -lira UBuaaaoai til i.. FACTORY c:
UNIVERSAL TRAINING SERVICE Dept. No. BN40 k
I TRAINED
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1901 N.W. 7 Street Miami. Fla. 33125 MECHANICS r
I Ill m UNO iNfOKnuMON ON TNt UUININ PIOCMM i NIVI CMICIIO CNICI. ONIT ONI I TOM BUSH _
Q lirliM 01.,*hwvlCwt.Ta. tf'tit Q Nt..,"agml" OpinKr I Ii aoM+Pik ax '$:
Q Mttn MKKftmtm Q uttvnntt aaatM.I. 'Ialr 264-9835
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Employees Can Be RepromotedJaxCivil I

To
Key Easy Buying -

Service Commissionand supplement information repromotion, write 'Request for
Department of the Navy required, to the Employment Repromotion' in the upper right
regulations provide that the Division, Civilian Personnel margin of the application.A .
following employees are entitledto Department.To .
special consideration for separate; application shouldbe
V repromotion to the positions ensure that your name is on submitted for each position for
the list of those entitled to receive which desire special consideration -
>usavrut .aria ... from which they were demoted, you
: 'rtevtanmr s I and to any intervening jobs for special consideration for .

which they have demonstratedthey ..........................................
are well qualified. r. .

V AJI 1. Those demoted without .. ,L. t
personal cause, that is, without ,tv-:
0p0 misconduct or inefficiency on ." ,. ..
0 000 000 : their part, and not at their : rest :
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request.
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2. Those separated by reductionin : L
force and later reemployed at imericans .:

a lower grade. : :
3.Those who resigned or were .

separated after declining to .. ..
accompany a transfer of func-
tions and who are later reem- : Sylvanus Thayer i
y
ployed at a lower grade. 11 (, .

The do : ((1785-1872)) :. y ,, :
Product \ it in the failing i is now patullelcd l hv pioductiv- regulations not ''C;
ity in the kitchen.: And the American family \b* fat better nit guarantee that these employeeswill : ,le ri.
from it all. Thanks to new iippliancvs meaN almost prepare be selected for repromotion, :
themselvl'ICwlth.tn'ater/ speed l and \less attention; with however. : Sylvanus Thayer who served as Superintendent of the .
fewer chalets for food failuien. Greater varietien of food If either of the situations U.S. Military Academy from 1817 until 1833, is known to :
keep long; can often be prepared advance, HO that parties outlined above apply to : history as the "Father of the Military Academy." :
don't requini! long, tedious hours of preparation li!'hwa hinjr should submit a completed you, you : He completely rejuvenated the curriculum, teaching methods .
und drying! no longer/ mean an arduous\ end to a sumptuous Standard Form 171, and cadet life, and the school's standards of conduct and :
intal. any It discipline. The Cadet Honor System he introduced has pro- .

Hut, productivity in the kitchen-as in the futtoiy-ix : foundly influenced every generation of Army officers from .
his to the
era present. :
not without. expense. Good equipment and /good appliancescome
: : tags! Buying them on credit raises : A native of Braintree, Mass., he entered the Academy in :
the cost considerably. One solution is to have the necessary 1807 five years after it opened, and was graduated and commissioned s
cash on hand. That's not ax difficult as it sounds, when you ; ( a second lieutenant in the Corps of Engineers. :

save systematically with U.S. Savings Bonds. : During the War of 1812 he served on the Canadian fron :

Before you know it, you'll be able to redeem a few of your tier and at Norfolk, Va. He was sent to Europe in 1815 to .
study military schools, fortifications, and armies and two P
Bonds and |pay cash for more modem kitchen acquisitions : ,
And, somehow, that lange or refrigerator will seem to look years later returned to the Academy as superintendent at :
and work a lot better-when it is all yours. the age of 32. p

Thayer found the Academy in a deplorable state, without :
IJonds old standbys for millions of service
Savings are
it
organization or system. He began examinations, dismissed
l hut the and services they help to buy areas .
families, products
incompetents, organized the cadets into companies officered
,
up-to-date as tomorrow. As Bond purchases help to con ) by members of their own body and appointed an Army officeras
trol inflation, they also act to restrain bigger price tags-not commandant of cadets, responsible for their tactical Instruction .i
just on kitchen appliances, but on all the household neces- GAMY Montt f+W6'n1'lON,GLafIEMNTNEngraving and soldierly discipline.
sities buy. (AFPS)
we lie classified cadets according to their proficiency, divided :
It classes into small sections for better instruction and greatly .
improved the training program. :

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U.S. Bonds Mugs, Silver, Plaques, etc. to' colonel "for the highest development and effect" he had
Buy Savings NICHOLSON RING ENGRAVING brought to the Academy. One commendation stated: "It is
Phone 721.JMAfter
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After leaving the Academy at his own request, Colonel it
Thayer was engineer in charge of construction of fortifications -
at the entrance to Boston harbor and was responsiblefor
SIiS ca f e&e..las Boulevard the improvement of other New England harbors. Breveteda
Blanding brigadier general in 1862, he retired in 1863.
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of Quality Foods Phone 771223 Army engineers trained at the Academy in the Thayer
I tradition are recognized as having been primarily responsiblefor
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-- May ) at NAS Jax will be named "Hancock Hall'
mess (open
The new petty officer'safter Second Class E. Scott Hancock (deceased). Hancock I

posthumously Hospital Corpsmanwas award ed the nation's second highest medal,,the Navy Cross.

He was born in WashingtoPrior ,nD.C.June2,1946.

to joining the Navy in wounded Marine who was lying in
1967, Hancock attended Robert E. an area dangerously exposed to
Lee High,Jacksonville, Fla., and the intense enemy fire, Petty
attended the University of Officer Hancock maneuveredacross
Florida for three years. At the the fire-swept terrain and
4 : time of his death he had been in methodically applied tourniquetsto
: Vietnam 11 days and in the the Marine's legs to stop the
combat zone only two. He was profuse bleeding.
killed by enemy gun shots Feb. Assured of the casualty's
AH 24, 1969 while assisting wounded immediate evacuation to friendly

r.f marines. lines,Petty Officer Hancock then
.
The citation which accompanied
valiantly ran through the intense
I the Navy Cross stated hostile fire to yet another
that Hancock was serving with seriously injured comrade, but
f Company "I", Third Battalion, was himself mortally wounded by
I Seventh Marines, First Marine automatic weapons fire beforehe
I n Division, in connection with could reach the Marine."
i Sgt. Alfonso Gallman operations against enemy
Other medals and awards
aggressor forces in the Republic received Hancock's
by widow,
4 Marine
Sergeant of Vietnam,
Barbara Rae, were the Purple
Hancock was with a squad .
Heart National Defense
: ; Service
; Takes Mess Helm from Company "I" conductingAssistant '\' Medal, Vietnam Service Medal
(with one bronze star) and the
E. Scott Hancock
Alfonso Gallman, or better known as "Al" has been selected as the Republic of Vietnam Campaign
and
search destroy operationseast
manager of the new petty officers mess here. a of Highway 5, near LaChau Medal.
This native of Philadelphia, Pa., is no stranger to Club operations.
((2)), in Quang Nam Province In addition to his widow,
lie has managed entertainment facilities from Golf Club
ranging Y when the unit came under a Barbara, Hancock was survivedby
houses to that of Officers' Clubs, either as the overall manager or as heavy volumn of small arms, his mother Mrs. John P.
assistant. manager. lie has been in the business for more than eight automatic weapons, and rocket Darmon of Fairfax, Va., his

years."I propelled grenade fire a con- father and step mother RobertE.
was first assigned to the new facility construction as Facility
cealed and wellentrenchedNorth Hancock Jr., (both retired
Coordination Manager, Gallman said. Vietnamese Navy lieutenant commanders) of
Army com-
Gallman has been officially commended several times for his *
The sustained 4260 Oristano Rd., Jacksonville
'. outstanding leadership and managerial qualities in the field of Club pany. squad
\ several casualties.The a sister Mrs. William Stovall of
organization.Since
citation continued in part: Fairfax, Va., and a brother Sgt.
the new construction has progressed so well the to be
,, "powers ."Petty Officer Hancock Im- Robert E. Hancock, III, USMC,
offered this retired Marine sargeant the position of Mess Manager."I .
to the stationed at Albany, Ga. Also
was quite surprised when I was ask if I wanted the position," Al mediately proceeded
assistance of three casualties living in the Jacksonville area
stated. "I was also quite flattered and of course I accepted," he ,
concluded. treated their wounds and aided are Hancock's grandparents,

Married to the former Miss Betty Smith of 1424 West 24th Street, by his comrades, removed all Capt. and Mrs. Robert E. Han-
Jacksonville, Al is the father of five children. three men to relative safety. cock Sr., (USN Ret) of 4316
Upon observing a critically Lucera Rd.
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ManagerThe
4 THESULLIVANSANNOUNCE
assistant of the
\ THE NEW LOCATION OF.. manager
.
i new facility will still be Irvin

LAS CASUELAS petty"Sonny1 officer.Stubbs, a retired Navy

Sonny first joined the staff of
MEXItIN IMN the Acey Duecy Club in May 1969
FOOD as storekeeper. He held this job
Now
We Continue to Feature Introducing for about thirty days at which ..et. i y f I n
The Most Complete Mexican CharBroiledSTEAKS time he was moved up to the
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Sonny and his wife Eula of
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James D. Goodwin, the only
/ active duty member of the
managerial staff, will have the
duties of mess Treasurer. z .
This first class ship-
serviceman, a veteran of more
than 18 years naval service, is a
native of Winfield, Ala., and is
married to the former Miss.
.a, Tomasene Guin of Gum, Ala.
Jim and his wife "Tommie",
and their three children make
their home at 7072 Wonderland
+ u+ Court, Jacksonville, Fla. ......
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I: A Race Driver Drinks I Drug Abuse Films At LibraryThe I I



Station Library has the legal aspects of
Editor's Note: The following them blamed this on on the fact was a critical drop, the figures five 16mm films on the Marihuana usage. 'DRUGS
article appeared in the May 2, that the disks were similar in didn't tell the whole story. What subject of drugs. These AND THE NERVOUS
1971 Issue of 'Family Weekly' a color to the dirt surface. Ac. about that 'pedestrian' I ran films be viewed individually SYSTEM' is an 18 minute
Sunday magazine. His written by tually, they were clearly visibleto over? If that had been a real may in the library or color flim explaining how
one of five professional drivers sober onlookers several person, my score would have checkedouttoSquadronsordivision drugs affect many different

who recently participated in a hundred feet away.I been zero.According. training officers parts of the body by
'Drunk Drivers Rodeo' in Tampa, managed the fifth test all to the insurance working the central ner-
Fla., sponsored by the Florida right, but the next one really companies, one out of SOdriverson for use by groups.'MARIHUANA' vous system. Substances
.. Junior Chamber of Commerce.The shook me-a pop-up figure the road is drunk. Not just is a color covered are airplane glue,

author, Don 'Big Daddy' representing a pedestrian, or drinking, you understand, but film narrated by Sonny stimulates, depressants,
Garlits, age 39 was recently maybe a child running after a drunkOnlyone state (Utah, which Bono (Of Sonny and Cher) marihuana and LSD. The

named to first All American ball. Even though I was ready for sets the line at a blood-alcohol and relates to the other three films are:
Driving Team by the American it, the figure didn't ever registerin level of 08.) would have considered and adult
teenagers young
Auto Racing Writers and time and I came to a me 'drunk when I made and provokes them to thinkof FLOWER OF DARKNESS,
Broadcasters Assocation. A screeching halt 10 feet past it. that last run. themselves. The film BRIDGE TO NOWHEREand
sceptic who believed 'alcohol Don 'Big Daddy' Garlits had just But drunk or not, I was obviously THE MOVEABLE
doesn't affect pros.' Garlits now 'killed' a pedestrian. I was in no condition to drive. IfI simply examines the facts SCENE. These films will

advises, 'You shouldn't drive shocked. Such a thing seemed had been on the road I might about physical dangers, be available in the library
even if you have had only one impossible! have killed somebody. Maybe emotional dependency, and until October 8.
drink But the nightmare wasn't over me. Maybe you. I
I slipped behind the wheel of yet. Next came two double sets of
No harm was done in this case.
the dual-control Dodge, buckled pylons. There was plenty of room
.. But out there on the highway
my seat belt and grinned between them, and I thought I bend
where the obstacles
move, ,
reasurinly at the observer riding had made it-until I look back and
and crush when hit them, it'sa
beside me. If the Florida Jaycees saw the course littered with you
different story. To guide a car
wanted to prove something about pylons. This thing had become traffic
safely through today's
drinking drivers, they were going unreal!
skill mental alertnessand
about it the After all hard left requires ,
wrong way. I slopped through a reflexes honed to a razor'sedge.
the five of us professionals turn and headed for a traffic light
How does alcohol affect
miles the road turned red at
average 50,000 on that automatically
this? Well last
each year. A few drinks wouldn't my approach. Once more I year 35,000
Americans were killed in crashes
throw us off. goofed and slid to a stop right in where drinking was involved. EASY START-HARD CONTROL
Or so I thought. the middle of the 'intersection.'
And the senseless
This was my fourth run in three On final test. All I had to do was slaughter
continues because
hours, and I knew each obstacle to stop with my front wheels on people persistin
driving after they've had few
like the back of hand. During line. do this a
my a Any drag racer can
drinks. It's .
a deadly gamble.I've
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legally drunk. My blood-alcohol unbelieveable two feet.I about it lately. I've come to the .. .
level registered 09. Florida returned to the pits badly conclusion that you shouldn't

doesn't consider you intoxicated shaken. My score for this run, drive even if you have had ONLY
unless that level is at least .1. And based on a possible hundred ONE DRINK. That's a pretty ,.,...i lAlr '- PIANO & SONGSTRESS

Florida is tough; almost half our points was 53. My first run driven strong statement,but it's the only i".. ,':IJJ I \ Monday through Saturday
states set the level at.15. So I felt while sober, scored 99. While that answer. SUNNY
confident.The ', SingIng your favorite
first test was simply s .- ,;y country&western songs
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Y Friday,October 1 NAS: 'ANDERSON TAPES'Color

NAS: 'LEMANS' Color action crime drama starring Sean

GENERAL OFFICE We buy sell and CASH trade equities. VA FINANCINGNo racing starring Steve McQueenand Connery, Dyan Cannon and
Put your office skills to work and earn Louise T. Bailey money down on New Star Mobile Elga Anderson. 'G' E (108 Martin Balsam. 'GP' VG (98
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you 771.3605 Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.
Broker mins.). mina).
FEE. Call:
NO
wish. B& J Mobile Home
NORRELLTemporary 'HIDDEN WATERS' 3708 Philips Hwy, HOSPITAL: 'THEY CALL ME HOSPITAL: 'THE WILD

Services Black Creek Canal or Lake lots 398 96 MR. TIBBS' ROVERS'

396.5371 available. Excellent fishing boating Saturday,October 2 Wednesday, October 6
:'USTISSTRAILER PARK
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also NAS 'ESCAPE FROM THE NAS 'C.C. & COMPANY'
JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe permanent home 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern : :
Impossible we do immediately. lots. E.Z Terms. area.One mile High E.wooded Lake trailer and Apts. 389.3007mOUxiOBELMONT, PLANET OF THE APES' Color Color cycle drama starring Joe

Miracles take a little longer. House Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725.3992. science fiction starring Roddy Namath and Ann Margaret. 'R' G

painting, household repairs minor 3 BR, with awning and storage shed McDowall and Kim Hunter. 'G' G (94 mina).
fixtures,
screens
appliance repairs NEW $5500 or make a deal. 772-3408 or 771 (98 mins). HOSPITAL: 'ANDERSON
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264-4135 (USN HOMES
RET rA 4uBR., 2 baths, Bullt.tn.R "0e' HOSPITAL: 'LEMANS' TAPES'Thursday
Heat Prices from $18,300 up. 8610.TRANSPORTATION.. Sunday, October 3 ,October 7 -
FHA or VA Terms.Fast Occupancy. >:
PERMANENT. PART TIME ; NAS: 'WHAT'S THE MATTER
Edw.
0. .
Lyon Broker,
Men needed to take retail Inventories. 781.1422 WITH HELEN' Color suspense NAS: 'FLAP' Color

Week day evenings Sat. & Sun., work. 71 MERCEDES BENZ drama starring Debbie Reynolds, melodrama starring Anthony

clean hrs. per and week.professional No exp., Approx.necess.8 We 12 Will finance HOUSE VA.FOR FHA SALE Conventional. 4.Dr.Sedan, Must sell. 280 SE Fully Shelley Winters, and Dennis Quinn, Tony Bull and Shelley
Equip. Exc. Cond. 'GP' G mins.) Winters. 'GP' VG (105 mins.).
train. Reply to: 5014 Ortega Hills Dr. Immediate Maroon. 384-7939. Weaver. ((101 .

R.0.1. Inventory Specialists Occupancy. 3 BR IVj B, W.W carp.
1914 Beachway Rd. Fenced In yd. 80 x 120. Garg C. H. & 45 FORD CONVERTIBLE
V.8 Auto trans., power steering, R&H
J a x -32207 Air. Bit In Kit. New paint in & out.
22000. 384.3248. Runs extra good. $470.
ASTRO MOTORS
WANTED
6566 Normandy Blvd.
SECRETARIES OAK HILL PARK
Experienced Bank Help Full or Part Large 3 BR, trl.level. $7,000.$8.000 ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR
time. dwn. $210 mo. LCdr. Murphy,771 3211, 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery 387
1st Guaranty Bank& Trust Co. ext 405 or 772.8209. 5413. I6YllII{
1234 Kings St.
(between Park & Post) SOUTHWOODIn MOTORCYLE ;;;

TYPING Mandarin Just across free bridge 3 Wheel chopper, For Sale 786.0712

Done in my home. All kinds Call 771- from NAS. 3 new spacious deluxe 63 FORD
8170. homes. $34,500 to $39,000. One used '289' V-8 Auto trans, R&H $360
Very large tri.level at $33,000 with ASTRO MOTORS
MILITARY MAN-RETIRING pool. We build to order. Many lots to 6566 Normandy Blvd. 700 %
Or being discharged within 30-180 choose from.L. .
days. Call 724.3410 Friday thru .Walter Benlamln.lnc. W7'3M'CAPRICEGood
Monday Ask for Mr. Tony Edl. Realtors cond. Best Price offered. Only
GUARANTEE!
Equal Opportunity Employer 268.5506 cash accepted. 353.6161, or 7862162.
after S.
DRESSMAKINGAlternations FOR YOUR RETIREMENTBuy We gave them the VW I*.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
formals. Expertly done. Land UGRANO PRIX we tuned up, tightened and replaced everything that needed It.
Phone 7718170. Values up every yearl' 2Vj acres & up. Loaded I $570 And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
HELP WANTED Convenient to Bases expresswaysand ASTRO MOTORS major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
6566 Normandy Blvd. __
Walters, Exp.Only Specialty Steak & city. Country Atmosphere. double check.
Lobster Room, varying hrs. 511. $1,000.00 per acre & up. 30 percent tt GTO.3 DUCES *
ENGINETRANSMISIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Apply In Person only. cash & 10 year mortgage to owner. AT, PB PS, AC, AM.FM verb. Vinyl ELECTRICALSYSTEM
Equal Opportunity Employer. Your Best Investment. HT Elect s w. tilt wheel, Vac. trunk,, ASEMBLIESBRAKESYSTEM
Holiday Inn,Orange Park WYNNE REALTY OF FLA., INC., ant. $1150. 771.6746 .
.HC't....... ,Ulnhuuau"v"...., Ave. :399--..n 5514- $1795Yellow
70 VW Sedan
.." ..... ... .. .. 65 VW SEDAN
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Motor needs a little work. $340 Speed Transmission Radio and Heater
; #
MISCELLANEQUS: ;.;:). ,'. ..," < :'r ASTRO MOTORS

GEORGE'S KENNELS ,RENTALS.... ..., };1. :. '. 6566 Normandy Blvd. 69 VW Sedan $1795Air


Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. ORANGE PARK Conditioned Radio and Heater, White

Pick up & Delivery Available. 2 BR., Apts. furn, or unfurn., Dishwasher -
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathlna. Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth I 69 VW Sedan $1650Radio
BankAmerlcardaccepted.
Mastercharge &
Visitors welcome. 5085 AptS., 771.1405 or 7713355. WAC6ARTRAKS and Heater, 4-Speed. Choice of Colors

Edgewood Crt. 389 0064. RENT
HOUSE FOR I
Orange Park 2 BR & Den LR. DR 66 VW Sedan $1295Beige
BE A RADIO OR Air Cond. Patio,
Kit. equip. -
TV ANNOUNCERFor carpeting carport fenced yard. $13000.75 dep. Speed, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater

more Information call 356.8351 2648753. after 6 weekdays all day
n 68 VW Sedan
any hour. weekends. .
$1095
ORANGE PARK 0 White, Radio & Heater

NEW RCAAND ZENITH STEREOS 2 BR, House.Furn. Lrg yd. 5 mins to
?????
Consoles some with AM.FM, tape NAS Ideal for bachelor quarters. Will 69 VW Fastback

Players. At dealers cost to liquidate rent to TAD personnel. 264.6884. I Factory rebuilt engine with 6,000 mile 6 months guarantee,
tok.. Full warranty I Phone 771-0409. Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H, Beige.
WILMAR APTS.
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 68 VW Fastback
Bedroom, Living $1495
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. Air Conditioned
Repairs. Reasonable. Room, Kitchen. Bkfstnook parking Speed, Radio and Heater
,
water, sewage
Tyler's Heat and Air Condo space for 2 cars .
garbage lawn service Furnished t,. ..A"" $2095Air
388-5161, $120. Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent 'T.-IEV TpLD Me IF t ENLl TED 69 VW Squareback
__ 4711 Palmer Lake Shore 389 COULD CHOOSE ANY BRANCH
I
Weekends
sales tax. 387.2541 I WN'-T D." Conditioned Speed.. Diamond Blue R&H.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 0744.
Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707.FLYTOWHERE 71 VW Bus $3095Bumper

? guards side step plate, R & H.

Anywhere you want, flight Instruction .
or charter. Call Dick or Bill 71 VW Camper $3595Radio
FREEPORT
.781.2636. FLY TO and heater


Curbs LAWNS sidewalk EDGING and MOWING driveways. We GRAND BAHAMAS WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF

clean up the mess and leave it neat. GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND

Call Hart. 771.3211 Ext. 8340.BLACKLIGHTS HOLIDAY SPECIAL DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.


Incense, posters 1001 Items at very
low prices. 3894286. 4116 Herschel St. TRANSPORTATION $2995LUNCH :

GUIDEDTOURS 'WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

WHITE SAMOYED $3.00 Departure Fee
Wale, 1 yr old. AKC reg. Must sell, OPTION PLAN
100. Lot 47 Ware's Trailer Park, Oct. 9 and Oct. 16
INC.
Tlmaguana Rd. Flights Leave Jax, 8 a.m. Call
reservations
For Information, ,

BOSTON BULLTERRIER PUPPIES VIRGINIA E. BELL, Realtor 1150 LANE AVE., SO PHONE 78V$1. .)! -. I
3 beautifully marked males, Wormed.
Very reasonably priced. Ph. 264-8973. 264-2488 OPENDAILYlTOSiJOSATURDAYlTOSUNDAYlTO4PM' i'. t


COUPLE TO LIVE IN 356.2462 (Answerin Service) ,
Our home&wife to care for children.6 or
days mid.October 3 mlns. from NAS
Jax May bring 1 child. 387.5231.

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14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER



I Fire Prevention : A Year Round Job For Everyone I


Jax-The recent NATTC reminders in the near past Prevention week but fire
Galley fire is a strong here at NAS Jacksonvilleare prevention is not a one

I, reminder of the the 1969 fire, which week job; it is a 52-week .
destruction that can be partially destroyed the job.
dealt by fire. Other Acey-Ducey Club and a A group of men who

MkTae"s, make fire prevention as
; $ ffasY E8f well as fire fighting their

: TO PRACTICE rM year-long job are the men
FIRE of the NAS Fire Depart-
ment, under the directionof
,
r PREVENT F Fire Chief DR. Moran.

;t These 74 firemen from
three NAS stations have k
I II'
I II the tremendous respon-
sibility of protecting the
I huge NARF complex

operations areas, the
Hospital and the hundredsof

Fire Chief D.R. Moran shows some of the equipment used in the other buildings at NAS.

I' station'firefighting classroom to instruct personnel In fire prevention and job In an a effort little to easier make, these their t::.;.. ......:,,_ -.-.... -,,,,,. v;;.. ...._ ""- ....._......,.., ....-

couple of fires that oc- men go around to the more than 5,200 fire ex- techniques, take advantage
cured in the Waves various tennant com- tinguishers every month of classes offeredby
FRIENDLY, RELAXED& Barracks. mands of NAS and give and last year helped the NAS Fire Depart
lectures and demonstrations
QUIET ATMOSPHEREIIIMimilMIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII Ask the students at correct over 600 unsatisfactory ment and if you are
to make
NATTC about the in- conditions familiar with prevention
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR of the
CECIL FIELD,N.A.S. convenience a fire creates everyone of aware fire. found in buildings around practices make sure you
dangers
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, and ask Navy officials NAS. heed these practices.
CHURCHESAND about the cost of a fire and Another way their job is These people make the
SHOPPINGAREASTake it's a good bet that none made a little easier is by Fire Department's job Don't let yourself or
11 U J II lijfiJJU!!! will have anything good to fire wardens. These are easier but it still remains a someone close to you
103rd to FirestoneRd.
., Turn South 2 Blocks say about fire. Another people assigned by unit difficult and unending job. become one of the :b3
Past Forrest High School. loss created by fires, one commanders from The only way their job can fatalities that occur from
which NAS has been buildings or groups of truly be made easier is if fires every day in
COLONIALOREST fortunate in not meeting ina buildings at NAS who every individual practicesfire America. Don't wait to

few years, is the loss of inspect the buildings for prevention.If find out first hand the
fire hazards and check all
life.Next tragedy of fire. Make fire
r APARTMENTS week October 4-9 the fire fighting equipmentin you're not familiar

5928 FIRESTONE ROAD marks the 50th an- the building. with fire prevention prevention week an every

771-6666 J niversary of Fire These wardens check practices or fire fighting week practice.

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STATEMENT TO NEW CAR BUYERS: 4j' YOU

President Nixon has recommended legislation to repeal the 7 per cent excise tax on new passenger
cars retroactive to August 15, 1971.General Motors and or Nimnlcht Chevrolet Company will refund MAY NEVER
the amount of the tax reduction to retail purchasers of new 1971 cars purchased between August 15
\ and the date on which the tax(is repea led. BE ABLE TO BUY
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15


Navy Exchange Helps VP-18 ReunionSet


I Beautiful PeopleJax t"; for Dec.Jax .


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Tenative plans are un
.. The Navy Exchange has
educational. It will give them the derway for a Patrol Squadron 18
scheduled a Beauty Jamboree
opportunity of learning about the reunion to be held the month of
October 5 9 at the main store
newest trends in make .
up December at NAS Jacksonville.All
cosmetic counter. techniques from highly trained former "Flying Phan
Louise Arth, store "
manager professionals.
toms" interested in the reunionare
says, "I'm sure our service Each beauty buff
attending the requested to contact J. M.
will find this Jamboree
dependents Jamboree will receive a com- A Bodin at Ext. 3531. An exact date
enjoyable as well as plimentary make up and beauty for the dinner dance affair will
analysis. A personal make up not be set until the amount of
chart will be given each service response justifies a reunion.

Traffic dependent recommending the The Flying Phantoms were
proper shades for accentuating decommissioned in October 1968
her natural color.A at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
ViolationsJaxThe $5 Beauty Bonus and a where they had been since 1965.
Geminesse Intaglio compact will Before going to Roosevelt Roads
be given with a minimum $5 IM1 they were stationed in

following is a reportof purchase. Jacksonville.
.. ..
Throughout the five ------- -----
motor vehicle accidents and day St
Jamboree, Make Up Artist @(
traffic violations for the period of .
1
13-19. Supervisor Jean Paradiso and PUBLIC AFFAIRS MAN CITED Sergeant Jack R. Gellman, In ("' 1. -
Sept. '
Number of Accidents Make.Up Artists Peggy Menear, charge of MATSG's Public Affairs Section, receives the Navy -' ,; t, .'f
Venora Vogle and Dorothy Achievement Medal I Monday from LCol. Lee E. Blanchard, MATSGCO ... t
This period 3 Brownlee will conduct make. up ,for his work during the period May 15, 1970 to July 31,1971. & .
demonstrations for the con- The citation mentioned the 26-year-old Marine as directly respon- 2
This period a year ago 6 .
Total accidents this year 247 venience of Navy Exchange sible for MATSG being selected by the Chief of Naval Information for )
shoppers. the Fleet Hometown News Annual Excellence Award.
Total accidents through this Sgt. Gellman was also noted for establishing a weekly newspaper for 1V. Yau ARI.YEiURrlgS
period last year 236 MATSG. f
Total number of days since last Public Works
injury in a motor vehicle accident

86 Does It's Part .
s s w
Number of days since an injury
last year at this.time 109.
To Clear AirJax ISTAUISHID nf 1904GETACQUAINTED
Number of Violations 4-
This period 75

Speeding 30 Realizing the pollution
Reckless driving 3 problems caused by using fuel oil
Going through stop sign 10 as an energy source, the Public SALE !
Other Violations 32
Works Department has decidedto

Twenty-Five drivers appeared start using natural gas. Register for FREE Prize $4500.00 Total

before the Traffic Hearing Boardon A ,local gas company is in-

Sept 23.. Disposition of the stalling lines to carry the natural *' (No Obligation To Buy) *
cases included the following: gas from town to NAS Jax, ac-
Sixteen lostdrivingandparkingprivileges cording to a Public Works %
aboard the station for Department spokesman.The Meet The Badcock All-Star Team '
various periods; 11 were
assigned to complete an eight- natural gas system will
hour course in remedial driving; comply with all Federal pollution FREE FTSo/usf for commyngmftffim&KttmmsMagag /{
12 received suspensions; 3 were level regulations and will resultin
given warnings; None were "monetary savings of more :::: ::::::::::: : :::;: : ::::: ::::::: ::::::::;:;:;:;:;:::;::.::::::::::::::::::::::::=:::::ii: :;::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::!::::: ::::=:=::;!:::: :;;.8;:;: .

dismissed-; were fined (U.S. than $100,000 a year," he said. 6-PIECE SPANISH GP. NORGE Special!
Magistrate) ; and 3 were
referred to commanding officers NAS Jax will maintain a Group Including... i.j. REFIGERATOR $28995
for disciplinary action. for in the 'Sofa Bed :
possible reserve oil supply use .
Slde-by-Slde-15 CU Ft.
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Club Chair :
Twelve drivers were assessed event of a disaster.
Cocktail Table $19995 s Reduced to
47 traffic points. End Tables i WESTINGHOUSE

-- -- -- Room Divider Compare at f j 40"Elect. Range $219915
.2 Matching Pillows (229.95OFF

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-i Conditioner Of Y6ur Choice. Our

Entire Stock Is Priced To Sell!

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T-rm T.. FrlY.urlu
|* TO SAVE
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SAVE ON ALL APPLIANCES
8 Pc Bunk Bed Set f 99.95 ;
RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE Hardwood Chests :
37.88 :::
0 3 Pc Living Rm Gp. 178.00 :::: & ELECTRON ICS
4331 Blanding Boulevard 3644 Phillips JacksonvilleOne Highway at Emerson Group includes... ::::
Jacksonville .82" Sofa Bed :::: AM.FM Console Stero 5129.95
block west of 1-95
.Matchlng Arm Chair :::1 Chest Freezers $149.95
Matching Relclner :::: Automatic Washers from 5159.95
OYSTERSON :::: 5,000 BTU Alrcondltloners 5112.00
THE HALF SHELL Dumas Hlde.A.Beds 5159.95 :::: Admiral 16" Port TV w.Stand 5139.95
Half doz.85f; doz. 1.55 i Pillow> Back Recliner 59.95 :::: Curtis Mathis 22" Console 5199.95

GOLDEN FRIED SHRIMP-'/ doz. 1.65,1 doz. .. 2.35 Quilted Queen Matress or Box :::: Zenith 16" Port.TV 5159.95
order .... MS Springs 049.95 ::::
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GOLDEN FRIED SCALLOPS-(
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LANGOSTINO SCAMPI ... .. ..... .. ... 2.25 Badcock's Bargains L: OPENTIL8EVERYFIRDAY
SHORE PLATTER-Fried Shrimp, Scallops,
Oysters, Fish Fillet .. . .. .... ... .. .., 1.95 S Recliner (24.95 :
MARINER'S PLATTER-Fried Shrimp, Oysters, 7 PC Walnut DR Set 189.95 r rS In
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Deviled Crab Cake ... .. . ... .. .'". 2.55 3 PC Sofa Bed Su. 99.95
CHILEAN LOBSTER AU GRATIN .... ..... .... 2-55 2 PC Bedroom Su. 99.95 :: F U R N I T U R E Park
BROILED FISHERMAN'S PLATTER-ft Florida 4 PC Bedroom Suite 148.00 :::: s [IANCES
Lobster, Snapper, Shrimp, Scallops, 4 PC Bedroom Su. 139.95 :.:;:: HIGHWAY 17 at
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MATE'S STEAK-Top Sirloin .. ...... 2.045 WE HAVE A COMPLETE :: PHONE 264-6942
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16 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

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1- Seabees Exercise Rescue TechniquesJax 1 .


How would a Here from their Gulf- situations at the rj

hurricane disaster be port, Miss., headquarters, Jacksonville Fire Division a
f handled here at NAS Jax? the Disaster Recovery training tower downtown. ':
4' Ask any Seabee. Training Force Team Tackling the tower with ('
Aside from their routine assisted the Seabees. NAS traditional "Can Do" .I..
N' construction role, the men Jacksonville is one of spirit, the men took turnsas J
of CBU 410 are a trained many stations which the victims of possible
:. disaster recovery team team covers in their toursof disasters. Each man was
ready to, help out in the Sixth, Eighth and Ninth rescued, from varying
event of any natural Naval District bases. levels of the six-story -r ,rx
disaster, such as Supervised by Chief building via basket lifts, ; j r 44 rt r
hurricanes or floods.To Builders Charles Guse and gib arm rescues and other j w y

ready themselves for Ed Morrow, the Seabees techniques.
their new task, the entire learned rescue techniquesin Winding up their two -
Seabee force,including the class. day exercise, the Seabees
officer in charge, Lt. observed city firemen
(jg) Craig Pynn, un- After three days of demonstrate the more (:!:i;: .,:"" :: .,.
derwent a week of lectures, they put their technical rescue methods :;! ,:;;";' .'
specialized rescue knowledge to a test on which they learn in a \
training. simulated emergency regular eight week
firemen's rescue course. ETh-

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I'' Reenlistment Corner Tp I II Pelican Squadron Names



l.pl.: Stephen Griffis, Sailor of the Month

motor transport NCO at
fA the Marine Barracks Patrol Squadron Forty Five's you associate. Your cheerful
Sailor of the month for September attitude and consideration for
reenlisted for six years is AEl Marvin J, Backus. your shipmates add substantiallyto
Cdr C. F. Cook presented the the morale of this command."
ffr TN Ireno Villarente of tt l award to Backus at morning Petty Officer First Class
VP-56 reenlisted for six quarters.The Backus resides in Jacksonvillewith
v years giving him a total of award read in part, "Your his wife Annell son
10 active selection as the outstanding William and daughter Julia.
years duty. member of Patrol Squadron ",
Forty Five Is a result of your ,
S 1j ETR3 Ritchie D. Lindsay consistent, outstanding per- '.,+,'*"'\.,,
ss't. Cousins of the Com formance as Electrical In- :
munications ETR3 strument Branch Supervisor.
Center ... Your professional competence,
Lindsayp.l
reenlisted for six years.. devotion to duty, and willingnessto
work long hours were
AOCS James F. Swart, significantly beneficial in
Supervisor of maintaining the highest qualityof ,
Electricityand workmanship within the
Missiles Phase of u Electrical Instrument Branch
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Aviation Ordnance 'B' and have earned you the respectand t.YB',1 .a
School reupped for six admiration of all with whom AEI BackusPape .A I

years. Y

4\4 SSgt. Ralph E. Cousins
\II"I reenlisted for three yearsin
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I ETR2 Douglas
him a total of 13 years. AWl Roper
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ETR2 Alton 0. Douglas
a from GEM reenlisted for
five years.
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reenlisted for six years in bestof
the Marine Corps giving all possibleChecking

him a total of nine years.

Accounts / '
AWl Jasper Roper of
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VP-45 reenlisted.
I Cpl. Grlffis Sgt. Tallous"In SaI



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Team
Skeet

; w NARF Predictor
UPicUrn Ballot Wins MatchJax


\IJ NAS Jacksonville has
\ Wins UPickUmr -
NAME -
started a skeet team and made a
very impressive showing this
i There were five 9 1 week's winner as a result of his RANK OR TITLE AGE PHONE month. A five man team shot
1 predictions recorded hi this predicted score from the Auburn against the "elite" Cecil Field

'I'' week's U-Pick-Um contest but L. vs Tennessee game. SERVICE NUMBER .-. team and won the match on
! \ A. Wintz from Performance Wintz like all the other con September 6. At Winter Haven

I : Revue at NARF came out this testants wasn't able to forsee (This week's games) Fla. on September 26 NAS
Army's upset over Georgia Tech managed to put six team
but he did manage to pick members on the field against
Colorado over Ohio State. Wintz, STANFORD DUKE civilian competitors and althoughmost
an LSU fan, said he picked of the members were

Colorado because he figured they FLORIDA TENNESSEE getting their initial qualifyingscores
had to be pretty good to beat the started, two members

, Tigers 31 21 earlier in the PENN STATE AIR FORCE walked off with honors.
, i season. Chief B. L. Otvos from NARF
) Wintz has been with NARF broke 100 straight along with Mr.J. .
r since 1946 and lives in NOTRE DAME-.MICHIGAN Broshear from Orlando with
Jacksonville with his wife Aliff Chief Otvos winning the shootoffto
and five children. USC .OKLAHOMA. take the 12 gauge championship
Others who had 91 records Chief W L. Umphneour
this week were IIM1 R. L.Scott of from FAW-11 took runner up in
8 NATTC, LCdr. A. J. Zorbach of UTAH STATE NEBRASKA Class D with 96 100.
P FAW-11, YNSN Glenn S. Abbott NAS Jax has the potential to
IIIIrl of NARTU and PFC Edward E. YALE COLGATE_ _. have a very fine skeet team and
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-- NORTHWESTERN WISCONSIN for a skeet range at NAS. Any
interested personnel are
welcome to participate and in-
AL SAGER SAYS: DALLAS WASHINGTON formation can be obtained from
Chief Umphneour at 2922 or Chief

.' : "COME ON OVER" I ATLANTA _ DETROITTie Otvos at 2444.Navy.

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breaker: predict final score on game between USC and ScoresWON
I DOMESTICS SPORT CARS & Oklahoma.Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. Bowling

OTHER IMPORTS Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at Galley One, the LOST
:I 70 MARK III CONT Fiat Navy Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at the NATTC Ex
70 SALE
Beautiful blue with contrasting '850' Racer' HT WAS PRICE change.Ballots must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be US 17 3
I vinyl top & white leather In R&H,4 spd. Rare nus 1 51950 picked up. GOOD LUCK! GoodandBad 14 6
terlor, all power, factory air,
stereo & 17,000 SALE 70 M.G.Midget WAS SALE Ardsleys 11 9
miles WAS PRICE PRICE Sandbaggers 10
10
Rdst, R&H, 4 spd. non
$1895
t Showroom new. $7295 $4995 Mets 10 10

t: '' 70 M.G.Midget WAS PRICE Bees Ramble 52-0 Nav-Mars 9 11
70 DODGE CHALLENGER Rdst, R&H 4 spd. HUSO $1850 Spots 8 12
SPECIAL EDITION AOBNo.1
8 12
70 Opel WAS SALE
Dark green metallic,green vinyl 2Dr Sed., R&H sms PRICE 7-Guns 8 12
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black ,
top vinyl Interior WW
CommunicationsJax
tires, automatic, operating 4 sPd. _$1500 Over AOBNo.2 5 15
console, air, SALE 68 Austin Healey WAS SALE
PS, PB R&H WAS PRICE Sprite Rdst. R&H, $1W PRICE
S2ltS 2650 4 speed
$1350 There were lot of shutouts recorded last week in Intramural automatic
70 SUPER DUSTER '340' 68 Fiat 124 SALE Touch Football with the Bees leading the parade as they romped over
Yellow with black trim, black 4 Dr. Sedan. PRICE Communications 52- 0 with John Lehman scoring three touchdowns washers i.1"!
$850 .
vinyl top, full front seat for Denny Collins scoring two and Fritz Vogt and Tom Palmer scoring one I
chums, air, automatic, PS, PB. the victors.In .
radio, radial SALE AS-IS SPECIALS each for FOR ,
tires. WAS PRICE 62V.W.113 WAS SALE other games the Dragons shutout Air Ops 20-0 with Kirkland RENT
12 ItS $2693 Blue '45 PRICE Grieder and Greaber scoring for the Dragons,NARJAX defeated VP-
70 MUSTANG HT CPE. $350 4514.0 with Echard and Stapp scoring TD-s,VW-4 downed MARTD- $ per -
Rich metallic green, checkered 68 FORD SALE 0, Marine Barracks remained undefeated by beating MATSG 14.0 8 month :
green vinyl top, green vinyl Falrlane, R&H, Auto. PRICE with Durham and Forney scoring and the Foxes kept their loss column
Interior, air, automatic, R&H, $800 clean by defeating Medical 16.6 with Dean and Berkowitz scoring for WE DELIVER ANDMAINTAIN
tires.PS, PB Low, WW,low SALE ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:; the Foxes and Bowie scoring Medical's lone touchdown.
WAS PRICE
1 miles. nits $2750 New VWs from 1978 FICEUR and Hospital recorded an unusual score last Monday for a 246-3420
------ Suggested retail price East football game with FICEUR sneaking past Hospital 4.2. The only
+ 70 MAVERICK CPE. Coast P.O.E. Local taxes and scoring was three safetys in quite a defensive battle. Also on Monday
1 other dealer charges, If ,
White blue Interior, SALE any
defeated MATSG
ComFairJax 16 0.

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LARGEST, SELECTION OF r O 111 : a
k 70 MAVERICK CPE. USED V.W.'s IN CITY. 0
Green, beige Interlor.alr,
automatic, R&H SALE .MOST WITH OUR 100% 'j
; WAS PRICE U C WARRANTY.WfmmsmmmMWV.
_W5 $1850 :::: :::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::

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Tourist deliveries arranged
,., Silver metallic, blue vinyl I In.
terlor, Excellent rates. Instant VW
:3 spd R SALE FURNITURE
&H, WW tires. WAS PRICE insurance. A select few demons.
Assorted colors and equipment.
"3tS $2295 ANTIQUESCall
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wagon, 4 dr blue, blue J YAMAHAIS
vinyl Interior, SALE IS OUR BUSINESSOUR PARKIHIIIIIIIIHIIHHHHIHMIHIIHH
I automatic, air, WAS PRICE '
ONLY BUSINESS
PS, PB R&H.
1 S23fS $ms i'I : NEW 650 CC
I" Touring Twin
68 PONTIAC 0

I. HT Cpe., soft blue, blue vinyl t
4 .. interior automatic, operating I o 1 go.JJumlJLQQo.
n' console, air, SALE ?
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Bengals Defeat BrownsIn Bowling fl..I..I..I.p..I..I.p..I.! !*I..I**1..I.I.I.J.I.J.I.f.I.I.l**1.t-I..I.J.t*


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W W W..I"lh U tt.-1-1 MM VII)ITU,1-,1"1-1'1..1'1"1'-1-1-1' -11'1-1'1'1'1",
Tuesday, September 21,the against the Giants
3rd hard fought, competitiveweek game for what they early in the League
of NATTC's Intramural rot later to be the were to find Jax An organizational meeting for Intramural Volleyball will be
football season started off with a Good play by Phillip.winning points WON LOST held at 9:30 a.m. on October 6 at the gymnasium in Bldg. 3. All per
bang. Both teams sonnel interested in fielding a team are asked to attend the meeting.Jax .
were scoreless the Late Chargers 11 1
north field saw the Browns
The
rest of the
game, to
giving it all they had, but the ers 2, the Giants 0.cjh.e end up the ComFairJaxNo.2 Hawks 12 4 Ticket applications are now available at Special Services,
Bengals were proving to be too second 12 4 Bldg. 704, for the Gator Bowl Basketball Tournament to be held
game the Dragons No.
was
much for them. Marketto and vs the 7 5 December 28 and 29 at the Jacksonville Coliseum. Teams par
Eagles. After the Mad Foxes
1st No.2
each scored touchdownfor 8 8 the will be Illinois Columbia State and
Austin a half the score was 8-6. the ticipating in event N C.
the Bengals with McCoy Saints. Woodley is credited for Pacific Florida. Tickets are $5.00 and $3.00 for the four games. There will be
scoring a two point after play. the Saints T.D. and Nell for the 2 League two games each night.
second half was scoreless for
The points after. Stilmon
scored the VP-45 No. l 11 1
both teams to end the game 14.0 T. D. for the Eagles. During the Mad Foxes No,1 13li 24 Beginning Friday, October 1, 1971the indoor pool will be open for
in favor of the Bengals.On second half Martin found FiceurV 1U4 44 recreational swimming from 1130.1300 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
the south field there was a opening in the Eagles defense to a Split Makers 9 7 Friday; From 1600 1945 Monday through Friday; From 1200 1945
much closer game in progress. slide Saturday, Sunday and holidays.Jax .
through for the winning Lane Changers 7>/i 4
The Chiefs scored a T. D. in the touchdown. Final Saints 14 .
first half for the lead over the Eagle 6.Thursday. -A few new names broke into the 600 series mark last week in
Oilers. went both ways. The Atlantic League Intramural Bowling with Kelley of the Molar Rollers in the Con
The second half woke the Oilersup Jets must have had a flame out to tinental League rolling a 189-221 -204 for a 614 and Woods of Radar 17 .
when they started realizing let the Bengals whip them 30.0. Good&Bad 13 3 in the National League with a 233*604 series. -
they were scoreless. Hollis Kessinger, Marketto, Austin, Ney Bowlers 12 4 Other fine scores last week were bowled by J. Qurollo of the VP-45
scored a 6 pointer and the teams Sockett and Dawkins all scored VR-50 11 5 team with a 211576, J. Attansio of the Fumblers with a 234 586 and
were tired.The game ended in a 6 to give the Bengals their third VP-45N0.2 10 6 Bob Forgrave of the Late Chargers with a 211585.
-6 tie, which meant an overtimewas consecutive win. Dragons No.3 7 5
necessary. After 4 plays The other game was a hard Jax Intramural Tennis got started last week with the Hospital
each, the Oilers had the yardageto fought 4 quarters between the team of Hamilton, Vest, Hinrich and Young defeating FICEUR 4.1,
the VP-5 team of James, Bullock, Sterling and Davidson defeating
win the game 7 6. Chiefs and Browns. In the Continental League
Wednesday found four evenly overtime action, Walsh and NARJAX 3.2, and the NATTC team of Kaelin, Dalton, Paxson, and
matched teams ready to play. Flake Chokers Gould downed VP-45 3.2.
scored a total of 8 points to 10 2
The 49ers scored a 2 point safety give the Chiefs their first win 8-0. Pin Busters 13 3 /IN/NMMNMMNNNMNIN W NNININII/NNNMIN/MNNNIIMNNN/NN W NNNININNNINNMMNMMMMNINMMNNNNMNNMMMMGovernment /
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